Baca versi Melayu: Teruskan UMNO-zakar-PAS.
Maybe it’s good riddance if UMNO and PAS actually team up. UMNO ship is sinking anyway. If PAS wants a quick exit, they can join their Malay and Muslim brothers and sisters in UMNO.
A sinking ship is destine to sink, not fly. Unless you embark on a spaceship.
The Lion asked a very pertinent question yesterday: Should PAS be allowed to remain in PAKATAN?
I know many are upset with Karpal Singh for this. But his question is relevant, especially to the non-Malay, non-Muslim electorate who put their faith in PAS in the last March 8 elections. That trust brought about the Tsunami. A historical event. So, I guess, the PAKATAN leaders who sometimes play on the racial cards have to answer to this.
Then someone said that the dialogue between UMNO and PAS should continue. That is Najib Tun Razak’s day-dream these days. (malaysiakini). More dialogues mean more split in PAS. More split in PAKATAN.
But his official reason was: finding solutions to problems plaguing Malays and Muslims in the country. What about Bangsa Malaysia?!
Hello. How to be Prime Minister for all Malaysians come 2010? Though Najib did say as an afterthought that the discussions should include “matters deemed important to the community and nation”.
Then better dialogue with DAP, PKR, MCA, MIC, PBS, etc., even NGOs!
Sorry. Bangsa Malaysia does not exist yet. It is not born yet. Perhaps, it has lost its way. Aftr 51 years of Merdeka, all that we possibly have are the Malays and Muslims. That is what I gathered from all these talks between UMNO and PAS.
How will the non-Malays and non-Muslims accept Najib as PM? It’s not his problem. He does not really care.
There are many types of Malays these days: PAS Malays, PKR Malays, Semangat 46 Malays, Ex-PRM Malays, PSM Malays, Communist Malays, Apostate Malays, Malay Police, Malay Judges, Hospital Malays, Malays who are not Malays (like Chinese who are not Chinese, like me) …and others.
It’s exhausing to keep track of them these days.
Najib does not bother about this diapora of the Malay race. Who are they? Nothing but traitors to the nation and race.
A million non-UMNO Malays can reject Najib as PM, he would still be smiling. He would still hop around the globe shopping with his beloved Dotty.
Because what is more important to him is the UMNO Malays. As long as they accept him with open arms and bank accounts, what care he?
But that is fast forwarding everything to 2010. When that time comes, will Malaysia still be an independent nation or will it fall yet again into the hands of some colonial master?
But that is hardly Najib’s problem.
His problem is only this: Will Abdullah Ahmad Badawi be PM still, or would Anwar Ibrahim stage a coup in Putrajaya?
I am sure Najib can’t even spend the night peacefully with Dotty with these thoughts plaguing his dreams.